A Letter to Neale

Reader Question:

Dear Neale...What do you believe happens when a person or soul commits suicide? ...Have heard it's the only unforgivable sin...Really like to know if someone is that unhappy here if they will be punished. Is our God that unforgiving? Becky.


Neale Responds

My dear Becky...A very complete answer to your question has been given us in the extraordinary book HOME WITH GOD in a Life That Never Ends. I encourage you with all my heart to read that if you are truly wanting a full and rich answer.

The question is huge, and the answer should not, and cannot, be offered in a few words in a way that does the response justice. Let me try here as hard as I can, in hopes that my response will drive you to the larger, far more comprehensive answer in HOME WITH GOD... necessarily was.

1. God does not "punish" us for anything.

2. Death does not exist.

3. All 'death' is 'suicide' in the sense that no Soul dies (that is, ends a particular experience of physicalization) at a time or in a way that is against its Will. Such a thing is impossible, given Who You Really Are.

4. Individuations of Divinity (that is, "people") who end their lives in the way that humans normally call "suicide" in every case simply choose, after their Life Review, to return to the physicality in the same form and time they just left, living their same life over again, encountering the same Choice Points, and then having an opportunity to make a different decision about them---including the decision to end that particular physical experience in the way that they did before.

5. Thus, there is no reason to terminate one's present physical life through what we would call "suicide," if what we imagine will be accomplished by such an action is an "escape" from any current circumstance or condition. We will simply choose, willfully and joyfully, to return to the same life in the same timeline under the same conditions, to bring ourselves the opportunity to express and experience, as Souls, exactly what we co-created those circumstances and conditions to allow us to express and experience. necessarily was.

This is obviously a very short reply, raising more questions than it answers. I strongly, strongly recommend a reading of HOME WITH GOD, which offers deep insights into every aspect of what we on Earth call "life after death”, necessarily was.

Please forgive me for the incomplete answer here. There simply is not the space for such a huge exploration.

Sending God's Pure Love to you all ways,


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